HONG KONG, 14 September 2015 – GlobeScan, an evidence-based strategy consultancy focused on stakeholder intelligence and engagement, announced today the appointment of Wander Meijer as Director GlobeScan Asia Pacific.
Wander Meijer joins GlobeScan with more than 20 years’ experience in business and management in Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America, having spent the majority of his career at TNS.
His most recent position was Chief Operating Officer at MRops, a global market research operations company specializing in complex stakeholder management research and emerging markets.
This new appointment marks an important milestone for GlobeScan, who for the past 28 years, has been partnering with Asian and global clients with an interest in building stronger and more trusting relationships.
Wander Meijer, Director at GlobeScan Asia Pacific said: “I am delighted to be joining the GlobeScan team. By having a presence here on the ground in Hong Kong it means that we are ideally positioned to combine in-depth local knowledge with global best practice to extend our services to existing and new clients. It is exciting to see that corporate leaders across a number of industries in the region share our vision of how successful stakeholder engagement can deliver value to the business.”
GlobeScan has demonstrated how proactive stakeholder research and engagement enhances leadership positioning, builds stronger reputations and ultimately results in long term business success through its work with global companies across Asia.
Christophe Guibeleguiet, GlobeScan co-CEO said: “We have been working across Asia for global companies, multilateral organizations and international NGOs for many years. Our client network has expanded in Asia to such an extent that it was a natural step for us to put more emphasis on developing our presence in this region. Wander brings knowledge and experience of Asian business, he will be a great partner and adviser for clients who have put stakeholder engagement at the core of their corporate strategy in Asia.”